Index of the Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine in the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


[Serial Volume 70] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (1971). — 1971

[Serial Volume 70:1] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (March, 1971). — 1971, March. — 1 issue

[Article 70:1] Alumnae News. — March 1971

[Article 70:1] Center for Allied Health Careers. — March 1971
Announcement by Dr. Russell Nelson to SON faculty about the formation of a new Center for Allied Health Careers.

[Article 70:1] In Memoriam -- Marie Wanzeck Schneider '21. — March 1971
Creator: Sexton, Mary Morton
In Memoriam tribute to Marie W. Schneider, 1921, by an alumna who met her when she became interested in nursing school at Hopkins.

[Article 70:1] Life, Death, Kidney Transplantatiion and Nursing at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. — March 1971
There are not enough donor kidneys for the number of patients needing them. The difficulty in deciding who gets the kidney and who is left to die.
The three major areas in the nursing care of the patients who have been selected
Situation and feelings of the family of the donor patient

[Article 70:1] Lily Pinneo '45 Aids in Important Research. — March 1971
The new disease: Lassa Fever from African virus; first recovery from disease by author; progress in identifying and treating the illness.(Article is reprinted from Time Magazine, February 23, 1970)

[Article 70:1] School of Nursing News Student News. — March 1971
Creator: Wersinger, Susan Ann ;  Bernhard, Barbara ;  Dillon, Patricia ;  Jones, Judy E.
Student news including Christmas and Candlelight services with accompanying speeches, the final Candlelight Service for the Class of 1973 with the student speeches given at that service.

[Article 70:1] What's New at Hopkins. — March 1970
Pantsuits uniforms permitted at hospital; children's pre-admission tour of Children's Center; Henry Seidel, M.D. named head of Columbia Clinic.Accompanied by photos on (1) nurses posing in "old" uniform and posing in new uniforms, including a pantsuit.Also accompanied by two other photos: a nurse with a child to be admitted and Dr. Seidel.
Article on Dr. Seidel reprinted from Under the Dome

[Serial Volume 70:2] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (June, 1971). — 1971 June. — 1 issue

[Article 70:2] Alumnae News. — June 1971

[Article 70:2] Deaths. — June 1971

[Article 70:2] Editorial. — June 1971
Creator: Steingass, Mary V. Hughes ;  Furgess, Lois Ann ;  Scher, Betty Borenstein
Establishment of professional (not technical) level of nursing education in new School of Health Services at JHU

[Article 70:2] Involvement with Children's Surgery. — June 1971
Creator: Northrup, Curva
Tips on how nurses can make the hospital experience easier for a child facing surgery. Some of these tips are speaking to a child at his physical level,brevity in first visits, directing the discussions to the child at his/her level of understanding and participation. A "teaching plan" is included in the article.(Taken from Official Journal of the Association of Operating Room Nurses, December 1970)
from Official Journal of the Association of Operating Room Nurses December 1970 issue

[Article 70:2] Learning to Cope with Fear through Play. — June 1971
Creator: Rehn, Diane E. Wilson
Use of puppet shows about pre- and post-operative periods presented by Junior League to reduce children's fears about hospitalization and surgery at JHH.Two photographs accompany the article.

[Article 70:2] Marriages. — June 1971

[Article 70:2] What's New at Hopkins. — June 1971
1. Resignation of Dr. Lincoln Gordon as President JHU with election of Milton Eisenhower as interim president.
2. Poem by student nurse JHHSON

[Serial Volume 70:3] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (September, 1971). — 1971, September. — 1 issue

[Article 70:3] A Thank You. — September 1971
Thanks to Dr. Ridgeway Trimble and more than 350 physicians who urged JHU to support collegiate school of nursing within JHU.

[Article 70:3] Alumnae News. — September 1971

[Article 70:3] Deaths. — September 1971

[Article 70:3] Honors to Alumnae. — September 1971
Honors to three JHHSON alumnae
Parkhouse: from Waterloo, Ontario News; Nelson: from Columbia Univ Perspectives on Education, Winter 1971; Hale: from The Maryland Nurse March-April 1971

[Article 70:3] Marriages. — September 1971

[Article 70:3] Medi-School, a Dunbar Community High School Program in Cooperation with the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. — September 1971
Program in nearby local high school giving training that will enable students, after graduation, to enter the work force at any medical institution with a high level of technical skills. (Accompanied by four black/white photographs.)

[Article 70:3] Nursing Care of Glaucoma Patients. — September 1971
Creator: Seaman, Florence Watson
Brief discussion of nature of glaucoma and types of therapy, with a longer and more detailed discussion of care of the patient after surgical intervention for the condition and in preparation for discharge.

[Article 70:3] Nursing Education -- The Diploma Programs. — September 1971
Creator: Courtney, Margaret
What Diploma programs can offer now in the presence of the need for great numbers of nurses in the "manpower pool."

[Article 70:3] Report of Nominating Committee. — September 1971
List of nominees for vote at the Fall meeting of the JHNAA, including the Curriculum Vitae for all but two of them.

[Article 70:3] Spring Social 1971. — September 1971
Very brief review of the Spring Social sponsored by the Alumnae Association with Class of 1971 as guests.

[Article 70:3] What's New at Hopkins. — September 1971
Opening of Medical ICU on Osler 7 and Surgical ICU on Halsted 7.
Better results for patients under nurse management in clinics in the hospital.
Nurse managed clinics article from Under the Dome April 1971 and May 1971

[Serial Volume 70:4] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (December, 1971). — 1971, December. — 1 issue

[Article 70:4] Alumnae News. — December 1971

[Article 70:4] Deaths. — December 1871

[Article 70:4] Eisenhower Statement on Allied Health Sciences. — December 1971
JHU President Eisenhower receives authorization to begin creation of new school for "training" of nurses and other allied health services with summary of steps to be taken. (From the Johns Hopkins Gazette, September 16, 1971)

[Article 70:4] Homecoming 1971. — December 1971
Description of Homecoming activities, reports of all standing and special committees of JHNAA. (Accompanied by several small black/white photos during Homecoming.)

[Article 70:4] Honors to Alumnae. — December 1971
Zola E. Watson, 1951, with Thomas A. Dooley Foundation, returning from five months in Laos.
submitted by Thomas A. Dooley Foundation, Inc.

[Article 70:4] Marriages. — December 1971

[Article 70:4] The Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing Commencent -- 1971. — December 1971
Creator: Stevens, Mary Betty, 1929-1994
Commencement address b;y Mary Betty Stevens, M.D. speaking of expanding scope of and choices in nursing practice.

[Article 70:4] What's New at Hopkins. — December 1971
1) Chaplain's role and philosophy of tht role; 2) New Comprhensive Child Care Clinic; 3) Dr. Theodore King new OB/Gyn chief; 4) New nursing assistant director of outpatient nursing appointed.